Independent Media Solidarity proudly presents the first preview of our new feature-length film, The Conspiracy Theorist: What Happened to James Tracy Could Happen to You. From the makers of We Need to Talk About Sandy Hook, this forthcoming documentary goes behind the scenes of the most important First Amendment legal battle of our time: Professor James Tracy’s firing for his controversial online speech.
By IMS Staff
“We Need to Talk about Sandy Hook” is like no other Sandy Hook documentary. The closest match in terms of the depths to which it delves is the PBS documentary, “Raising Adam Lanza.” The many videos independently produced and mostly found on YouTube are meaningful when taken as a whole, but none individually are as ground-breaking. What IMS has done is to push beyond the barrier that separates the independent producers of this type of content and the automatic acceptance enjoyed by main-stream news sources. “We Need to Talk about Sandy Hook” was produced pseudonymously by the independent YouTube channels, MrStosh314, TyrannyNewsNetwork, QKUltra, Free Radio Revolution, UpNorthOfThe49th, Professor Doom1, Odinrok, Swan Song, Sherrie QuestioningAll & Sandy Hook Research (aka Names Not Mary). IMS appears poised to continue gaining the attention of the public and hopes to soon learn the answer to the question, “do conspiracy theorists outnumber normals.”
By IMS Staff
Regardless of whom Adam Lanza truly was, what his motivations may have been or exactly what did happen at Sandy Hook Elementary, the historical record attributes the Sandy Hook school shooting to him. Adam Lanza was the killer. Take him out of the equation and every component of the ongoing saga collapses. All resultant gun control legislation has no basis. Every new school and educational policy inspired by the event would have no inspiration.